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NEWSFLASH ::: Everyone in Creston has now received the nice letter from the CATCH fund leaders which details their needs for local funds ( and grant funds ) to finish the renovation of our NEW Community Center, along with details of the Creston Live Oak Tree Sculpture where you can donate cash and have a "leaf" inscribed with your name or the name of your business. Please help the community with this important project. The Center will be used for local functions and for a nice meeting place for the many clubs that are active in our area. I personally have already dropped off a donation into the mail box this morning to have the "leaf" inscribed with the name of this web site !! If you know of a local business in our area, please encourage them to make a donation.
NEWSFLASH ::: On Saturday, October 4th, The Creston Country Market and Deli ( see photo above ) invites you to a Customer Appreciation Party from 2 - 6 PM. Complimentary BBQ Rib and Chicken Dinner with fresh green salad, house vinaigrette produced by Olivas de Oro, Santa Maria Style Beans, and La Migliorie fresh baked French bread. Beverages, beer and wine are available for purchase, of course !! Please stop by the Country Store ASAP and place your name onto their sign up sheet at the counter so that they can order up the right amount of food ! The new owners want to show you how much your business is appreciated and how welcome you have made us "newbies" feel in the Creston Community.
SAVE THIS DATE :::: Saturday October 18th - Indian Summer Dinner at the NEW Community Center. More details below. Only 100 tickets will be sold.
APPEALING TO OUR COMMUNITY ::: Looking for Fill Dirt PLEASE for the construction of our NEW COMMUNITY CENTER, LOCATED AT THE END OF SWAYZE STREET, NEXT TO THE GARDEN. Black Mountain Construction, John Katavich, is seeking at least 15 loads of dirt to level out the back entrance/bathroom addition area. PLEASE contact John directly at 805-438-3600. Please help us to spread the word.
The community wants to welcome both the new Elementary school secretary and the new principal ! A few of our teachers and teacher assistants have "retired" and we welcome the new teachers ! Last but not least, our beloved custodian, Russ, retired one year ago. A hearty welcome and huge thanks for a great job to custodian, Carlos.
WEB SITE UPDATE:: The Creston Advisory has a new web site address: please make a note of it:::
Creston 4 H meeting - first Wednesday of each month - for more info, email Creston4H@aol.com
Saturday, October 4th, from 2 - 6 PM, Customer Appreciation Day at the Country Store with excellent food for all as a token of the appreciation that the new owners feel for our wonderful, caring Community. Stop by to let them know that, YES, you want to be included in the party.
Monday, October 6th, Women's Club meeting at 7 PM at the NEW community Center, in the small mobile home located along the creek side of the OLD fire station located on Swayze Road, next to the Rodeo Grounds and the Community Garden. ALL LOCAL ladies are invited to attend. Items of discussion will include the Indian Summer Dinner Party on the 18th, and other ideas to raise funds for Scholarships for Locals plus other projects, and this is a very friendly group. New faces are appreciated. The dues, by the way, are a mere $10 per calendar year. The Club has been active since the early 1960's and has provided well over $80,000 in local cash scholarships to locals of all ages.
Wed, October 15th, Creston Advisory Body, 7 PM, at the Community Church NEWER sanctuary.
Saturday, October 18th, 6 - 9 PM, Indian Summer Dinner, hosted by the Creston Women's Club, to be held at the brand new Community Center, with tickets at $35 and the dinner is catered by the Russells - only 100 tickets will be sold. Chicken Bar B Q, Baked beans, salad and bread. Please call Ann at 438-3543 for tickets, or any other Women's Club member. Proceeds to go to the Women's Club Scholarship Fund plus our CATCH Fund to continue construction of the Community Center, plus to the Elementary School to pay for day field trips for the kids.
Tuesday, October 21st, Book and DVD and other cool stuff SALE being held at the Library, all day long, and we usually stop selling around 4:30 PM. There are the usual books-on-CD, a collection of post cards, and sometimes some baked goods for sale. For more info or to drop off your unwanted books, please call Cookie at the Library at 237-3010 or Ann at 438-3543. The Library hours are posted on a big sign in front of the Library and any used books, books on CD or DVD's are always welcome. Proceeds to be used to build a small, quiet activity area in the "back yard" of the Library, including picnic tables and lovely landscaping.
Friday, October 31st, from 5 PM - 8 PM, Halloween Party and hot dogs and baked goods and candy hosted by both the Women's Club and Garden Club, at the Community Volunteer Garden, on Swayze Road, next to the Rodeo Grounds. Costumes are recommended but not necessary. Great fun for both kids and adults. The food will be served under the metal canopy cover near the BarBQue area.
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